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Reverse or trickle-up innovation is the concept that ideas which take root in emerging markets and economies can be adopted by developed markets and economies to their benefit. Trickle-up economies are those ideally situated to benefit from solar, wind and other types of power. Prime Minister Modi of India calls for the solar-infused world to take advantage of its naturally-provided resources in the same way that Mahatma Gandhi advocated Indians to use homespun cloth.
I am intrigued by the idea that lithium may influence and accelerate reverse innovation. Almost 60% of global lithium deposits are found in Argentina, Chile and ... (read more)